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Carlton Gallery 35th Anniversary Holiday Winter Group Exhibition (Small works) Open House

The 35th Winter Group Exhibition with Small Works begins with a Holiday Open House at Carlton Gallery on Friday and Saturday, November 24 and 25, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. This is the special time of year when the gallery … Continue reading

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Winners of the 2017 Epson International Pano Awards

The top-scoring panoramic photos entered in the eighth annual Epson International Pano Awards have just been announced. The contest is meant to showcase the best work of panoramic photographers around the world. Organizers reported that they received 5,377 entries from … Continue reading

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Ensemble Theatre’s ‘The Hairy Ape’ powerful but not poetic

By the time he wrote “The Hairy Ape” in 1921, Eugene O’Neill had tired of the literary naturalism of his earlier work. He was now venturing into a form of expressionism that inflates human pathos by layering characters’ speech with … Continue reading

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‘Justice League’ Box Office: Why A $94M Debut Is A Disaster – Forbes

Warner Bros. ‘Justice League’ Back in June 1995, I was sure that Batman Forever would open with less than Batman Returns. The 1992 Tim Burton sequel had broken the opening weekend record that 1989’s Batman had set, earning $47 million … Continue reading

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10 things to know about Yoshitomo Nara

1. He was drawn to the big city Yoshitomo Nara was born in 1959 in Hirosaki, a city known for its traditional Edo Period (1603-1868) architecture and cherry blossom trees. The youngest of three boys of working parents, he spent … Continue reading

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A Collection of Battle Disney Princess Fan Art

Disney princess fan art has been a popular mainstay on the internet for a while now. In fact even battle princesses have been an ongoing trend, but what Sean Lenahan has created here is something very unique and quite awesome. … Continue reading

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Called to minister with art

Artist, minister, businesswoman, wife, mother, teacher, friend. Peggy D. Farris has filled her life with light and hope and art, as she’s tried to lived her life to the fullest possible extent.  Now Farris is sharing her unique talents and … Continue reading

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Art of the ’90s

The ‘90s in America were a time unburdened by technology. For posterity, the Internet had been debuted as a service in 1991 and was still in its most primitive and glitch stages. Our president was caught in the middle of … Continue reading

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ArtsWorcester Opens Still Life in Dialogue Exhibit

From ArtsWorcester: ArtsWorcester presents Still Life in Dialogue, a solo exhibit by Cliff Hunt opening Wednesday, December 6, 2017, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, at the Franklin Square Salon Gallery, Hanover Theater, 2 Southbridge Street. At 6:15 PM that … Continue reading

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Mark Lewis: ‘I’ve fought MS for most of my life – new treatments mean I could soon win’

Mark’s trips to Jerusalem to take part in the trial were filmed for a Channel 4 documentary, The Search for a Miracle Cure, which airs on Thursday.  “My life at the moment,” he says in the film, before the trial, … Continue reading

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